Chateau Mukhrani

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Château Mukhrani is the first Georgian Royal Chateau, which unites four key components: vineyards, winery, castle and history. Since 1878 Château Mukhrani has been crafting the finest wines of Georgia.

Mukhranian wine production was established by Ivane Mukhranbatoni, a famous representative of the royal family. A truly noble Château Mukhrani European palace was a cultural center of the Georgian elite. The palace is widely known for its fabulous beauty, and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Georgia.

Wines of Ivane Mukhranbatoni were always distinguished by their exquisite taste. Today Mukhranian products are made with a mixture of modern and traditional technologies. Chateau Mukhrani restaurant Samepo Marani 1878 offers its visitors a top-class service and a specially selected “A La Carte” menu, representing a synthesis of the best Georgian and European traditions. 

Guramishvilis Marani

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Guramishvili’s Marani is located in the historic Mtskheta-Mtianeti region of Georgia and has a special historical significance for the area. Guramishvili’s Marani was built in the 19th century by Tadeoz Guramishvili. The cellar is considered as one of the unique architectural monuments of the 19th century. Kakhetian Traditional Winemaking Company reconstructed and reopened it in 2015, equipping the cellar with the latest modern technology and infrastructure.

By combining traditional and modern practices, the winery seeks to preserve old Georgian wine making traditions and continue to raise awareness of Georgia’s cultural heritage.

Visitors are able to get introduced to Georgian culture, ancient Restored Vineyards of the Winery and taste some delicious Georgian wines. This sight of Guramishvilis and St. Ilia the Righteous is one of the most essential and magnificent tourist attractions in Georgia.

Chateau Buera

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Winemaking, expanded vineyards and a fabulous Renaissance-style palace, this is Château Buera, a distinguished place for wine lovers. Here, modernity and ancient winemaking traditions are tied up and this leaves unforgettable impressions. The vineyards of Château Buera in the Napareuli microzone are spread on alluvial, rocky soils of the Northern slope and expand over 5 hectares of land.

The high towers of the palace look as if they invite you to a fantastic world. Guests can taste local wine of the highest quality and get to know the wine cellar, situated entirely on the first floor of the Château.

Château Buera is also an ideal place to plan remarkable events and celebrate special dates. Amazing views of the Caucasus make everything even more impressive. 

Schuchmann Wines Chateau & Spa

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Each winery tells a unique story, with its own defining characteristics, as distinctive as the wines they create. From the sleekness of glass and steel to the warmth of stone and wood, wineries of Schuchmann Wines are expressions of their personalities.

Schuchmann Wines Georgia is an ultra-premium winery specializing in famous indigenous Georgian grape varieties. It was founded in 2008 by the Schuchmann family in the very center of the Georgian wine growing zone in Tsinandali.

The Schuchmann Wines Georgia is part of a larger complex of buildings, nestled within a dreamlike environment with a view of the mostly snow-covered Caucasus mountains. Here in the wine spa the guests can enjoy and experience a unique fragment and exclusive 100% bio products made from the grapes of Schuchmann vineyards. 

Aleko Sardanashvili Wine Cellar

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Aleko Sardanashvili Wine Cellar is Family wine cellar, located in the village of Kvanchkara a famous PDO of Racha-Lechkhumi. Wine is made and stored here in Qvevri and oak barrels, the grapes are coming from the cellar’s own vineyards. 

The family owned total area of old and new vineyards in the village Khvanchkara amounts to almost one hectare of land. They produce about 300 liters of Khvanchkara wine, more than half ton of Tsulukidze’s Tetra and Tsolikouri.

Martvilis Marani

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“Martvilis Marani” is a small family winery in the Martvili Municipality village Targameuli. The „Marani“ produces 13 kinds of natural wines with the traditional Georgian method in Qvevri from Georgian vine varieties: Ojaleshi, Orbeluri Ojaleshi, Aladasturi, Tsolikouri, Krakhuna, Kundza, Green Kakhuri. 

Beautiful winery surrounded by vineyards and century old trees, cozy atmosphere of the village and hearfull hosts, make wine tasting the most unforgettable experience. Local cheese and honey is must to try when you visit “Martvilis Marani”.

Oda Family Winery

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Oda Family Marani is a small family estate located within 5 minutes drive from the famous Martvili Canyon. Oda Winery produces wines from rare grape varieties endemic to Samegrelo, Lechkhumi, and Racha regions of Georgia. Oda follows principles of natural winemaking. Minimal interference and avoidance of artificial fertilizers are key elements in the process. The family is dedicated to organic and environmentally friendly farming. 

This beautiful place offers its visitors authentic natural wine, Megrelian cuisine, and engaging activities for children. Oda’s restaurant is the heart of the place. Visitors are served traditional Georgian dishes with a modern interpretation. Chef is using fresh products harvested in a small garden next to the restaurant, which brings a unique farm to table experience. 

Vineyard and Marani tour – during the tour hosts will show you around and introduce you to the history of Samegrelo's vineyards and winemaking traditions. Cooking masterclass – the masterclass takes place in the restaurant's yard or in a patskha (covered wooden hut) with an open fire. Here you can learn how to make a variety of traditional Megrelian delicacies: Elarji, Sulguni, Gebzhalia, Megrelian Khachapuri, and Ajika.

Kindzmarauli Corporation

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Corporation Kindzmarauli is located at the historic Kvareli castle in the town of Kvareli. Its history dates back to 1533, and is connected with the construction of the historical Kvareli fortress in the region. The fortress’s wine cellar produced wine and molasses exclusively for the royal families for much of its history, and now has opened to the wider local and international market.

Nowadays Company owns approximately 150 hectares of vineyards, 100 hectares of which are in the historic Kindzmarauli micro zone. The company produces 25 different varieties of wine and about 10 wine brandies every year, using grapes harvested from its vineyards, as well as from local farmers. 


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‘Mosmieri’ in the old Georgian language means “a person who drinks and appreciates wine.”

Located in the main winemaking region of Georgia, Mosmieri is a Chateau & Winery combining a traditional winery, a fine-dining restaurant, and a Chateau hotel, surrounded by vineyards and the spectacular Caucasus Mountains. Winery is an integral part of a wine touristic chateau designed in Georgian traditional style with modern elements.

Chateau Mosmieri operates a winery dedicated to the production of high-quality premium wines using modern and traditional Georgian winemaking technologies. Mosmieri remains dedicated to only using local grape varieties: Saperavi, Rkatsiteli, Mtsvane and Qisi and farming all grapes by hand with organic, traditional Georgian winemaking methods. 

Teleda - Orgo

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Teldeda Orgo is an artisan winery located in Kakheti region famous for its winemaking history and its fertile climate for harvesting local grape varietals. The winery is based on generational experience. The company produces distinct and elegant limited versions of wines that follow the ancient Georgian Qvevri winemaking technology.

Making wines from old vines in Georgia is a rare and difficult project, Orgo is a labor of love and is one of the only examples of old vine Georgian wines. Orgo wines follow ancient Georgian qvevri tradition but raise it to new heights of elegance. 

Winery Khareba

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Winery Khareba’s „Kvareli Wine Cave” is one of the most unique tourist complexes in Georgia and offers an unforgettable experience to the guests arriving in Kvareli, Kakheti Region. The unique wine cellar and tourist complex is built on the edge of Alazani Valley and is carved into the Caucasus rock massif.

The total length of the Wine Cave is 7.7 km, which consists of two main and 13 connecting tunnels. 26,000 bottles of the best quality wines of "Winery Khareba" are reserved in the main part of the tunnel.

Visitors can also enjoy a large recreational park with a river, ancient pitchers, an old Georgian water mill, a traditional bread bakery, a chacha pen and an ancient cellar. Besides tasting 50 varieties of wine the visitors receive unforgettable tourist experiences such as: Distillation of chacha, Bake bread in a bakery, Dipping Churchkhela and Khinkali making.

Tsinandali Estate

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The interesting and exciting story of the Chavchavadze Estate begins at the start of the 19th century. Exactly two centuries ago, Prince Alexander Chavchavadze, a prominent figure of aristocratic Georgian society of the time, turned his family estate into a cultural-intellectual center boasting a magnificent garden.

He introduced European wine-making technology to Georgia, and created a new standard of Georgian wine. Tsinandali Estate is in fact where wine was first bottled in Georgia.

The best writers, poets and public figures of the 19th century would gather at the Chavchavadze Palace. They called the Tsinandali Estate the “Literary Heart of Poets and Writers”. The brilliant tradition of the Chavchavadze Estate is being continued in the form of the Tsinandali Festival, which has already taken a rightful place on the global map of important cultural events.